Mittwoch, 18. Januar 2017


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ContiTech Introduces Air Spring App for the Replacement Market

Mobile service for Smartphone users / App determines suitable ContiTech air springs / Simple download with QR code or from ContiTech website

(lifePR) (Frankfurt, ) New service for the replacement market: ContiTech Air Spring Systems has developed a web app for smartphones with which users can determine suitable ContiTech air springs for an application, anytime, anywhere. "As a leading supplier for the replacement market, with this app we are offering our customers a new service in keeping with the times," explains Dirk Hoffmeister, segment head of Commercial Vehicle Aftermarket at ContiTech Air Spring Systems. "Smartphones are omnipresent - and are now also a useful tool for our replacement business as well."

The app supplements the online catalogue and the cross reference list with which customers can find the right ContiTech air spring using the vehicle manufacturer's original part number or the competitor's part number. The new web app from ContiTech is available from the www.contitech.de/acv-app website and can also be downloaded directly onto the smartphone by scanning the corresponding QR code on information brochures and advertisements. The app finds the right ContiTech air spring or as an alternative, also Phoenix air spring, when the competitor's designation or the OE part number is entered. In addition, the user can access useful product information in a submenu such as technical data and drawings based on the ContiTech online catalogue.

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